Andrew Port

Andrew I. Port is an associate professor of history at Wayne State University in Detroit. He previously taught as a Lecturer at Harvard and at Yale, and also worked as a Project Coordinator at the Office of Human Rights in Nuremberg, Germany. He received a Ph.D. in modern European history from Harvard, a B.A. in history …Read More

Congratulations to Dr. Andrew I. Port of Wayne State University, the recipient of the 2013 DAAD Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in German and European Studies for his outstanding academic work in the field of Humanities.  Dr. Port’s book Conflict and Stability in the German Democratic Republic (also available in German translation) offers a careful analysis …Read More

AICGS is delighted to announce that Tim Büthe, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Duke University and Senior Fellow of the Duke Rethinking Regulation Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, received the 2012 DAAD Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in German and European Studies.  This award was presented to Professor Büthe by …Read More

TimButheBW

Tim Büthe is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Duke University and Senior Fellow of the Duke Rethinking Regulation Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Mr. Büthe received the 2012 DAAD Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in German and European Studies.  This award was presented to Professor Büthe by Former National …Read More

Jonathan Zatlin

Jonathan R. Zatlin is Associate Professor of History at Boston University. He has written widely on the history of German communism, from Marxist economic theory, Soviet-style economic planning, socialist consumer policy, the East German automobile industry, and women’s lingerie to popular opinion under communism, the East German secret police, racism in Soviet-style regimes, the politics …Read More

l_koepnick

Lutz Koepnick is Professor of German, Film and Media Studies, and Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis. He received a Joint-Ph.D. in 1994 in German Studies and Humanities from Stanford University after studying German Literature, Political Science, and Philosophy in Marburg, Hamburg, Uppsala, St. Louis, and Stanford. Koepnick has published widely on German …Read More

Heineman

Lisa Heineman is Associate Professor of History and Associate Professor of Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, University of Iowa and Associate Director of the UI Center for Human Rights. She has been at the University of Iowa since 1999 and teaches courses in Germany, Europe, women, and gender. Her past research has examined gender, war, …Read More

Brockmann

Dr. Stephen Brockmann is Professor of German at Carnegie Mellon University. All of his major research projects explore the relationship between literature and culture on the one hand and German national identity on the other. His most recent book, A Critical History of German Film, which was published in 2010, is an overview of German …Read More

Nora Alter

Dr. Nora M. Alter is a Professor in the Department of Film and Media Arts at Temple University.  She received her PhD in comparative literature from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Alter is author of Vietnam Protest Theatre: The Television War on Stage (Indiana University Press), Projecting History: Non-Fiction German Film (University of Michigan Press) and Chris Marker (University of Illinois …Read More

Leslie Adelson

Leslie A. Adelson is the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of German Studies at Cornell University and a graduate field member there in Comparative Literature; Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and Jewish Studies. Former chair of Cornell University’s Dept. of German Studies, she teaches modern German literature, with an emphasis on literature since 1945, and postcolonial …Read More

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